The Best Spring Fashion Pieces to Add to Your Wardrobe in 2023

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When curating a seasonal wardrobe, there are many factors to consider—personal style and fashionable new arrivals, for starters. Even if you’re not one to look out for trends specifically, you can certainly let them inform the way you approach your shopping list. And the top spring 2023 fashion pieces range from dainty sheer pastel tops to distressed utilitarian-looking skirts and everything in between. It was a season where reinterpreted wardrobe staples ruled.

Using the spring runways as a guide, we’ve rounded up a handful of these notable runway-inspired trends to help you narrow down specific pieces to incorporate into your own wardrobe. Say, a luxuriously soft draped jersey midi (if you’re dress shopping) or a fluted jean skirt (if you’re on the hunt to update your denim.)

Below, find the top ten themes to inspire your spring shopping list—it’s everything you need to know to shop spring fashion pieces.

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New Wardrobe Heroes

Not all wardrobe staples are created equal. Look at these stylish transformations of the button-up shirt, trench coat, and tailoring pieces from Bottega Veneta, Helmut Lang, and Forme. They’re sure to be your new not-so-basic wardrobe heroes for the season. An everyday wardrobe, guaranteed.

Bottega Veneta layered shirt

Helmut Lang belted two-tone trench coat

Valentino Sartorial popline shirt

The Row Milla two-tone pleated pants

Fforme Maya bias jersey T-shirt

Victoria Beckham tailored inside out skirt

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Likely the softest and arguably one of the more comfortable ready-to-wear themes to come out of the spring 2023 season were the liquidy dresses, tops, and skirts made from soft jersey fabrics. Get the draped, wrapped, or twisted look from Tory Burch, Saint Laurent, Victoria Beckham, and more.

Saint Laurent knotted jersey gown

Esse Studios asymmetric draped bodysuit

Another Tomorrow ruched long-sleeve jersey dress

Victoria Beckham cutout wrap-effect top

Tory Burch ruched jersey miniskirt

Unfinished Business

Torn, frayed, or shredded, fashion is embracing perfectly imperfect pieces. Take a note from Vogue’s March issue feature styled by Alex Harrington and shot on Kendall Jenner; you too can add a dress, skirt, or top with those “unfinished” details from spring collections into your wardrobe this season.

Dries Van Noten open-back chiffon top

Dries Van Noten distressed denim midi skirt

R13 distressed floral-print dress

MM6 Maison Margiela exposed seam midi skirt

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Sheer Brilliance

Transparently, this is one of the hottest trends of the season. Displayed on the runways at Prada, Miu Miu, Tory Burch, Tibi, and Dries Van Noten (to name a few), see-through garments in delicate fabrics and hues are one clear way to wear the season’s pastel palette.

Dries Van Noten Simi sequin-embellished midi-skirt

Miu Miu Magliera nylon skirt

Helmut Lang sheer ribbed turtleneck

Tibi sheer gauze easy tee

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Countryside Coats

Spring, of course, is the most optimal season for a lightweight jacket. This season, outerwear references classic styles

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